Worcester City Women are delighted to announce that Iterpro will become the club’s front of shirt sponsors for the 21/22 season.
Earlier this year, Worcester City Women and Iterpro announced their multi-year partnership, which saw Iterpro recognised as the Official Technical Supplier of Worcester City Women and now this agreement extends the partnership to see the Iterpro logo on the front of the brand-new women’s shirts.
Worcester City Women are amongst several key partners of Iterpro including Leeds United, AC Milan and several international Football Associations. Iterpro, the most advanced football intelligence platform in the industry, will provide the ability to share, plan and manage collective and individual training, recovery from injuries, functional assessments, diagnostics and physiotherapy treatments for Worcester City Women’s 3 teams – First Team, Development Team and U18s.
Worcester City Women Executive Director, Nicole Allison said: ‘We’re really grateful for Iterpro’s support this season and we’re excited to build on our partnership which was launched earlier this year. The new kit looks great with the new club badge and Iterpro logo, and this partnership represents our strong desire to work together and develop women’s football.’
Marco Savino, Chief Executive of Iterpro added: “We are so pleased that Iterpro can support Worcester City Women and the wider growth of women’s football, by making our technology equally as accessible as within the men’s game. Our partnership will also commission new research to specifically enhance women’s performance on the pitch.”
Iterpro is the first company in the football industry to provide a business intelligence solution that allows clubs, federations and leagues to digitize their contracts and bridge the gap between the pitch and the management. It combines sports science and software engineering to provide the football industry with the ultimate digital one-solution to connect and provide digital services for football clubs, federations, leagues, sponsors and football communities. It has headquarters in London (UK) and offices in Lugano (CH).
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